InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, September 19, 2022

Texas A&M University. Photo Credit: https://engineering.tamu.edu/
See #9 for a news item about Texas A&M University — Go Aggies!
  1. INTERPOL Working Group highlights cyber threats across the Americas
    (INTERPOL, September 19th)
  2. Australian businesses advised to shorten domain names immediately to mitigate cyber attacks
    (Proactive Investors, September 19th)
  3. Demystifying Cyber: Tennisha Martin, the Ethical Hacker Who Founded BlackGirlsHack
    (Ms. Magazine, September 19th)
  4. Private industry aims to fill demand for space threat intelligence
    (Space News, September 18th)
  5. Northwestern Mutual Chief Information Security Officer Laura Deaner on cybersecurity and boardroom collaboration
    (Cybercrime Magazine, September 19th)
  6. Spy agency says 170,000 cyberattacks launched on NZ
    (New Zealand Herald, September 19th)
  7. Uber ‘in contact with the FBI’ over potential GTA 6 hacker
    (Video Games Chronicle, September 19th)
  8. The Deep Roots of Nigeria’s Cybersecurity Problem
    (Wired, September 19th)
  9. Texas A&M Announces Global Cyber Research Institute
    (Texas A&M Today, September 19th)
  10. Japan Needs a Cyber Ministry: Former JGSDF Major General
    (The Diplomat, September 19th)
I hope to see you at the OSMOSIS Con event in Tampa in October!
I hope to see you at the OSMOSIS Con event in Tampa in October!

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